Japanese glassblower creates the whole solar system

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Japanese artist Satoshi Tomizu creates glass beads inside which are glass flowers of incredible beauty, and the whole solar system. In creating his works the master uses opals and gold nuggets.

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Magic Palace, which creation lasted 25 years

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For 25 years, the self-taught sculptor Ra Paulette is occupied by one thing only – he carves fairy palaces in the desert rocks of New Mexico. To work Ra selects the cave with light sandstone as to work with them is much easier than the others. Gradually, he creates a system of interconnected vaulted halls and the walls are decorated with exquisite carvings. Each of his creations is underground – Ra calls it “wilderness sanctuary.” During work, Pa settles cozy corner for himself in the cave, which has everything you need for life.

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Paintings in Petri dishes

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Recently, American Society for Microbiology, organized the first international competition “agar art” (“Agar Art”), which was attended by microbiologists from around the world. Growing up in a certain way bacteria cultures in Petri dishes, they “painted” , including famous works of art.

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Wire sculptures of animals that look like pencil drawings

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Works of the artist David Oliveira from Lisbon, Portugal, can be taken as pencil sketches, but in fact his animals are made out of wire. His work looks like crumpled metal coils, and only at a certain angle, they come alive.

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The artist paints a picture of Van Gogh on the area of ​​5,000 square meters

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64-year-old artist Stan Herd Minnesota turned the field into a painting by Van Gogh “Olive Trees”. It took him six months and nearly five thousand square meters of land. Work sponsored the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and it can be seen from the Minneapolis airport.

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